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This thread is a big turn off to TT. It's not even real racing FFS
Maybe I should dust off the bike and give CMRA my time and money after all.
**Edit - just want to say I'm in a crappy mood and "coping" with vodka.... I have a perception of excessive whining and excuses and it set me off a bit. Probably not that bad when i read it again in the morning**
I have a soft spot for the 911. it's all so wrong that it's magnificently right. Even my wife's 06 cabriolet ... man it handles not so great (too floppy and understeers more than I'd like), doesn't have much power - but I still love driving it. Enjoyable experience every time.
I really love the idea of taking a 996 base carrera and trying to match...say the 996 GT3 on track performance. probably cheaper to just buy a 996 GT3, but what fun is that (easy to say that when I can't really afford a 996 GT3 as a second/third car)
If I don't get along with this Camaro as much as I like, I'll probably go back to euro flavor. But I do love the 'murica Bald Eagles V8 glory.
I believe NASA offers a Time Trial (TT) License (aka HPDE 5 jokingly) once you go through the ranks of their HPDE program, a NASA member will have to confirm that - for going true W2W I believe they have a comp school held at various times throughout the year. Again, a NASA racer needs to confirm that.
With SCCA, if you want to get a racing license you must go to a comp/racing school (unless you have a racing license and experience from another organization, i.e. - NASA).
Here are the steps from SCCA, Getting an SCCA Competition License:
Wish I could help with the harness situation. Just want to say I'm impressed with your work on this project! Because I know you need a perfect internet stranger's validation of the work you're already well aware of effort and quality level. Yah. Thumbs up.